Dr Roya Sangi, Máster en Filosofía Política



Studied law and political philosophy in Tehran, Hamburg and Barcelona. First state examination in 2010, second in 2017. Legal traineeship with stations at the Federal Constitutional Court (department of the former President Prof. Dr. A. Voßkuhle). 2011/14 research assistant in Hamburg (chair of Prof. Dr. D. Felix), visiting scholar in Boston. 2016 PhD with Prof. Dr. A. Hatje, nominated for the German Study Award, lecturer at the University of Hamburg. 

2017 Joined the firm.


Constitutional law, European and international law, foreign trade law.

Recognized by JUVE as '40 under 40' for Constitutional and European Law (2023); awarded by Legal 500 Germany as “Rising Star of the Year in Public Law” (2024).

Member of the German delegation to the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE). European representative of the Constitutional Law Committee of the German Bar Association. Member of the Constitutional Law Commission of the German Women Lawyers Association (djb). Expert member of the EU Commission's expert group against “SLAPP” (strategic lawsuits against public participation) (2021 2023).

Authorized representatives of the German Federal Government, companies, associations and private clients before the European Courts (ECtHR, ECJ and General Court), the German Federal Constitutional Court and administrative courts, inter alia involving nuclear phase‑​out II (in particular in connection with investment protection/​expropriation/​compensation), the interpretation and enforcement of EU sanctions against Russia, the Rosneft trusteeship under the German Energy Security Act, Federal‑Länder disputes in the field of financial constitutional law; inheritance and family law and family law constitutional complaints; foreign trade and security law (in particular sanctions law, investment/​export control law and critical infrastructures/​technologies). Representation of Länder governments, parliaments, parliamentary groups and members of parliament in disputes between governing institutions, judicial review and constitutional complaint proceedings as well as election audits (e. g. “Berlin elections”). Advises and acts as counsel on issues relating to the organisation of the state, in particular on law governing political parties, financial allowances, opposition and minority rights, committees of enquiry (e. g. on the composition of parliamentary committees to monitor offices for the protection of the constitution in Thuringia and Brandenburg). She has authored expert opinions on legislative projects and the implementation of constitutional and constitutional and union court judgments and decisions.


Numerous publications on European and constitutional law as well as on legal policy issues, including in the F.A.Z. and SZ; co‑​editor of a commentary on the Supply Chain Duties Act (LkSG), Nomos 2022; co‑​author in: Säcker/​Karpenstein/​Ludwigs (eds.), Münchener Kommentar zum Wettbewerbsrecht: Band 5: Beihilfenrecht. 4. Beck 2022, Finanzielle Transfers und Transaktionen, Exportbeihilfen; Kübek/​Tams/​Terhechte (eds.), Handels- und Zusammenarbeitsabkommen EU/​VK, Nomos 2022, Inländerbehandlung und Marktzugang/​Investitionskontrolle; Hamm (ed.): Beck'sches Rechtsanwalts‑​Handbuch, 12th ed, Beck 2022, p. 323 ff; Krenzler/​Herrmann/​Niestedt (eds.), EU‑​Außenwirtschafts- und Zollrecht, Beck, Dual‑​Use‑​Verordnung (to appear); Dressel/​Poschmann, Thüringer Verfassung, BWV 2024; Karpenstein/​Kotzur/​Vasel, Handbuch des Rechtsschutzes in der Europäischen Union, together with Prof. Dr. Klaus Ferdinand Gärditz (to appear).



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Dr Roya Sangi, Máster en Filosofía Política

Dr Roya Sangi, Máster en Filosofía Política

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